The 33 best PS3 games - 2009 edition

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21. Flower

Why It's Great: Not many games use the PlayStation 3's Sixaxis well (if at all), so Flower is a refreshing reminder of what you can do with nothing more than simple motion controls. It's hard to describe just what make the game so darn relaxing, but Flower has the rare appeal that both hardcore and casual gamers easily identify with the second they turn a patch of lifeless landscapes into a colorful burst of greenery. With both fl0w and Flower already proved as legitimate sellers (and generating more than a few imitators and homages), we're hoping the next downloadable project from ThatGameCompany is as mellow and free-flowing as their awesome debut PS3 titles.

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